How to Reach Ajmer
- By Train: From Delhi, you can either take the overnight train Delhi-Ahmedabad Mail, or the quicker Ajmer Shatabdi Express. Udaipur and Jaipur are also connected.
- By Taxi: Rental taxis from everywhere will charge either per km, or by hour or day.
- By Bus: Jaipur is 90 minutes away if you take the Jaipur- Ajmer expressway; three hours otherwise. Buses to and fro from Pushkar leave from near the Jain Temple.
- Most of Ajmer can be explored by merely walking around, especially the Durgah Bazaar and the Ana Sagar areas. Autorickshaws and cycle-rickshaws will take you around the rest of the place. The autowallas will certainly try to take you to Pushkar… they’re more expensive than the bus though.
Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Ajmer. The most preferred mode of transport in Ajmer is Motorbike.
Average distance: 6 km Average time: 7.5 min
Motorbike 50%Motorbike 5 min Overall average time for 4 kms 5 min
Car 50%Driving 10 min Overall average time for 8 kms 10 min
|Indore to Ajmer||127.74 km||2 hours 7 mins|
|Jaipur to Ajmer||128.18 km||2 hours 8 mins|
|Asalwas to Ajmer||146.44 km||2 hours 26 mins|
|Pali to Ajmer||147.77 km||2 hours 27 mins|
|Jodhpur to Ajmer||178.98 km||2 hours 58 mins|
|Jammu to Ajmer||184.99 km||3 hours 4 mins|
|Nasik to Ajmer||216.49 km||3 hours 36 mins|
|Ahmedabad to Ajmer||248.95 km||4 hours 8 mins|